Cadbury Caramilk ‘Just Ask An Aussie’ Human Adverts
Cadbury calls on UK-based Aussies to spread the word on why they love the iconic chocolate bar, Caramilk, so much
This summer, Cadbury Caramilk is back and has recruited an army of Aussies to help spread the word about Caramilk. Cadbury Caramilk will be sponsoring a thousand lucky Aussies as walking, talking advertisements for the viral chocolate as they share the hype with Brits who are curious about what the fuss was all about Down Under.
Cadbury and global creative agency, VCCP London, together with global production studio, Girl&Bear, today launch the latest instalment in the successful ‘Just Ask An Aussie’ campaign series. Last year’s campaign featured the standout ‘Aussie on a billboard’ and contributed to a record-breaking year for Caramilk: the newly developed bar for the UK became Mondelez’s biggest ever confectionery launch.
Back with a bang, Cadbury is now decking out Caramilk-loving Aussies in sponsorship merchandise, from Caramilk tees, to totes and hoodies. After signing up from a dedicated website, sponsored Aussies are paid (in Caramilk) and receive merchandise bearing the message “It’s amazing, just ask this Aussie”, encouraging those who encounter the ambassadors to ask what the fuss is all about. The sponsored Aussies will be super easy to spot, ensuring that no one ever feels like they’re more than a few miles away from a mega-fan.
The latest chapter in the Caramilk campaign heroes a 30” film which will roll out across multiple formats including VOD and YouTube. The playful creative which amplifies the spirit of Caramilk, features a handful of sponsored Aussies donning their merchandise and engaging with the British public as they proclaim their love for the cult classic chocolate bar.
Influencer activity will also roll out across TikTok as Caramilk enlists the support of Aussie TikToker Rhiannon Cunningham to be one of our sponsored Aussies and spread the word. To help find and recruit these Caramilk-loving sponsored Aussies, Cadbury ran media in Aussie hotspots, including DOOH and digital banners through a media partnership with LADBible, led by The Story Lab & Carat.
Bryony Tate, Brand Manager at Mondelez says,“Last year, we launched Cadbury Caramilk in the UK with a bang, sharing Aussies’ love of Caramilk far and wide. This year, we’re excited to take the ‘Just Ask An Aussie’ idea to the next level, sponsoring a thousand Aussies to make sure there’s always one nearby for Brits to ask for themselves.”
Angus Vine, Creative Director at VCCP London added: “How do you top sticking an actual Aussie on a billboard? You recruit 1000 walking, talking billboards to spread the word instead. Aussies have loved Caramilk for years and with over 138,000 Aussies living in the UK, it makes them the perfect spokespeople for the brand. Look out for one and ‘Ask An Aussie’ to see what all the fuss is about.”
The ‘Just Ask An Aussie’ sponsored Aussies campaign for Caramilk is live until the end of September across VOD, radio, social, YouTube, website activation, DOOH and eCRM. A PR campaign will be led by Ogilvy.
How do you top sticking an actual Aussie on a billboard? You recruit 1000 walking, talking billboards to spread the word instead. Angus Vine, Creative Director at VCCP London
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